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NEW Presenting Problem: "Red Leg" in Frogs

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Red leg syndrome, also known as "pink belly disease" or bacterial dermatosepticemia, is one of the most common clinical conditions of captive frogs. Associated with peracute to acute bacterial septicemia, red leg is generally a disease of captive animals although the condition has also been implicated in rare mass mortalities of wild amphibians.

See the new Presenting Problem article Red Leg in Frogs*, contributed by Dr. Kenneth Harkewicz.as well as the supplemental table Fast Facts on Chytrid Fungus.

Featured Contributor: Ken Harkewicz, VMD

Ken Harkewicz VMD

Dr. Ken Harkewicz earned his Veterinary Medicine Doctorate degree from the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine in 1981. Dr. Harkewicz has worked as an exotic animal veterinarian in the Bay Area since 1985 and has been with Berkeley Dog & Cat Hospital since 1997. Dr. Harkewicz is a Past-President (2011 - 2012) of the Association of Reptilian and Amphibian Veterinarians and he currently serves as a consultant for the Veterinary Information Network on reptile and amphibian care. Visit LafeberVet to learn more.

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Download LafeberVet's NEW Amphibian History Form and Amphibian Physical Examination Form, available in PDF, DOCX, and DOC formats.

     
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